The holiday season has somehow become one of the most taxing times of the year. From party planning, to dinner menus, to gift shopping, what used to be a simple and relaxing time of year has become a source of stress and chaos. This Christmas, why not consider making things simple by following these easy holiday tips:
Finances can be a touchy subject for many families, especially during the Christmas season. With the constant pressure to buy, buy, buy, many become strapped for cash quickly, particularly when holiday spending gets out of control. Below are some simple tips to help you save cash and make smart purchases come Christmas time.
Each holiday season, a few specific toys cause excitement amongst Canadian children. This year is no exception, and to help parents and grandparents find this year’s hottest toys with ease, Zellers has compiled their top 10 must-haves that will be sure to bring smiles to children of all ages from coast to coast:
(Toronto, ON, October 22, 2010) – This Halloween, ABC Life Literacy Canada reminds families to practice literacy skills with some fun literacy tips, tricks and treats:
From fairy princesses to vampires, Hallowe’en is one occasion where almost anything goes. So if your family is not feeling too enchanted with the idea of dressing up the little ones and following them around in the dark to gather a pile of candy they shouldn’t be eating, why not think of trying something different this year?
This Thanksgiving, many Canadians are looking for ways to show their appreciation and give thanks for everything they have been blessed with. As families come together to mark the end of the harvest season, homes overflow with food and good company. This Thanksgiving, why not take the opportunity to celebrate in a meaningful way?
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Canada’s largest boat show launches contest for 2011 show
January 8-11, 2011 Direct Energy Centre
August 30, 2010- Toronto, ON – SmartBoater.ca and the Lifesaving Society urge Canadians both young and old to wear their lifejackets when on or near the water. There is still plenty of summer left and they want to ensure that everyone safely enjoys their on-water activities.
Water safety starts with watching your children at all times when they are near the water and keeping them within arm’s reach. And when you are out on the water, make sure that you and your children are all wearing lifejackets.
By Dr. David Butler-Jones MD, Chief Public Health Officer of Canada
Each year, the arrival of summer is synonymous with spending increased time outside. For many of us, these months mean sharing moments with family and friends, and when it comes to entertaining, nothing compares to sitting around a picnic table or grilling on the barbeque!
On hot and sunny summer days, smog thrives. But smog is not limited to the visibly hazy, thick polluted air commonly found in cities. Smog can be found nearly everywhere, even when you can’t see it or smell it in the air around you.
And if you think smog stays outside, think again.